Question about Oldsmobile Regency
The heater dash cluster has the heater control,fan speeds,temp.,a/c and rear window defroster in it. The off switch is on the control selector and this is run by a vacuum. I have no power to the a/c and rear window defroster.and no main power to the fan. After removing the glove box door I see a vacuum line going to a fuse /relay pannel on the passenger side.Does this go to a switch that throws power to the main heater cluster? Also the door that changes from hot air to cold air will not open all the way. I disconnected it from the vacuum valve and the door moves freely. On the electric side I have checked fuses, changed the heater dash cluster,heater relay and fan switch. None of these changes made the heater, the a/c or rear window defroster work. If you cannot help me, can you tell me where to get a free electric and vacuum diagram on line for this car. Thank You
On the right side of steering colum there is a plug. there is a wire that gets warm and loses connection. check by moving plug. my heater and ac would not work and caused the vacume swith to stay open.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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